California has been spearheading privacy policy transparency since 2003, when it enacted the first U.S. law requiring operators of commercial websites and online services to conspicuously post their privacy policies.  Continuing the trend, California Attorney General Kamala Harris has issued new recommendations on complying with that law, the California Online Privacy Protection Act.  Although the guidance is not binding and does not constitute a legal opinion, affected businesses should view this guide as a valuable tool, as it provides insight into what Harris’ office will be looking for when enforcing the law.